Friday, January 11, 2019

Short-term memory decline

Harry Fulton reports in Life Extension Magazine,
Starting around age 30, we begin to notice short-term memory deficits.

...Short-term memory decline is a troubling aspect of brain aging.

A clinical study evaluated a standardized sage extract compared to placebo in adults over age 64.1

Within hours of ingesting this sage extract, memory performance increased nearly 60%, along with an approximate 2.5-fold improvement in attention.
Read more here.

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